Monday, 14 July 2014

Too Young for Tests

Read what I've written about Labour's plans to means test Jobseeker's allowance for 18-21 year olds if they win the next election over at The Cut.

The Cut x BBNG

A couple of weeks ago BadBadNotGood flew over the Atlantic to perform across Europe. While they were in London we managed to catch a few words with the 3 virtuosos.

Read what they had to say about DOOM, Canada and their new album over at  The Cut.

120 Seconds with... BadBadNotGood

Myself, Gabriel Noble and photographer Bafic recently started a video series by the name of '120 Seconds with.' We recently created the first in the series with Canadian experimental Jazz band BadBadNotGood. Watch this space...


Money for Nothing

I don’t think I’m alone when I say that because I made the decision to go to university in 2012, I’ve been left feeling like a guinea pig. Despite a series of protests from hundreds of thousands of people (young and old), the current coalition government decided that they would triple tuition fees for higher education as soon as they came into power, completely ignoring the 2010 Liberal Democrat manifesto pledge to get rid of tuition fees altogether.

Earlier this week came the revelation that the new system of tuition fees will actually leave the government even more strapped for cash than they already are, whilst leaving students in three times as much debt. Back in 2010, independent think tanks had already warned the government that as the majority of students would never actually be able to pay the massive amounts of debt back, meaning...

Read the rest over at The Cut